My experience with ICE units is similar. We had about a dozen non-Icecon controlled units which worked great, and they are high temp. rise units. The four newer units controlled by Icecon boards are low temp. rise. You should check with ICE to determine if the settings on the Icecon are proper, as they were the only ones who could program the boards and match them to the unit application. I had to purchase an extra board to keep a unit running when I returned the old board to ICE for service which took a long time. They said not be interchange the board with other units too. These type of units worked best in enclosed areas where minimal cold air entered the zone, not as air turnover units in a large factory setting with the big doors opening or where there was a lot of exhaust. The software to communicate with the board would only work if the board was 100% functional. If there was a malfunction, you could not cummunicate with the board to aid in service. If we need any new units, nothing with an Icecon board is coming in again.
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Posts:387I remember doing startup on a very similar unit with the tech from ice and he mentioned that these units have a very low temp rise, like 20 to 30 on high fire....mabey the units are opperating correctly and just not being used for the right application. Have you talked to ice about this? Im thinking this might just be a possibility